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In her debut solo museum exhibition, “Gratiot Griot,” seventy-year-old mixed-media collage artist Judy Bowman pays tribute to the community that raised her. A child of Detroit’s historic Black Bottom neighborhood—which was bounded on one end by Gratiot Avenue, but was demolished during the late 1950s to make way for the Chrysler Freeway—Bowman draws inspiration from surroundings that are now a relic of the past.The former kindergarten teacher identifies as a griot, a storyteller in the West African oral tradition. The artist documents Black life, preserving memories and legacies for generations
“All Natural,” Erika Ranee’s first solo exhibition with this gallery, presents seven abstract paintings that address the artist’s life between two types of environments: New York City, where she currently lives and works, and rural Western Massachusetts, where she grew up and frequently returns. Her art—collaged, shellacked, sprayed, and smeared—obliquely documents various facets of her day-to-day existence: from family (some pieces feature drawings of her niece’s braided hair extensions) to the intimate goings-on inside her head, home, and studio. As a child, Ranee aspired to become an
New works today to mark International Women’s Day from Iranian artist Aida Wilde, who has placed them on streets in London, Bristol, and Manchester. In black and white with accents of fire, she’s using her bold design sense and collaged text, and forms – including photographs of her mother's and sister’s arms – to celebrate women’s power and history. AIDA WILDE X UNCLE FOR INTERNATIONAL [...]
Turkish artist Uğur Gallenkuş's dramatic collages have garnered attention for their thought-provoking investigation into society's injustices happening across the globe; in support of the WHO Foundation, he has created a series of works to raise funds for the Emergency Earthquake Appeal
(Portland, ME) The Union of Maine Visual Artists presents its semi-annual Members Exhibit opening at the gallery April 3 through to April 28. The works showcase current members’ talents and expressions through photography, mixed-media, collage, sculpture and painting. As we enter spring, the show is full of bright colors symbolizing the flowers that are soon […]